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Schedules: View a schedule's public page, iCal subscription feed, or print the schedule

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View a schedule's public calendar

Every schedule includes an option to set a friendly URL that will create a public calendar page -- a page that allows you to view the schedule without logging into LibStaffer --  for the schedule, as well as options to create iframe-based calendar widgets for the schedule that can be embedded on any webpage.  However, if the Schedule Access for a schedule has been set to "Users must be logged in," then you have to sign into LibStaffer before being able to view a schedule's public calendar page.

If a friendly URL has been set for a schedule, the syntax follows: https://yourinstitution.libstaffer.com/schedule/friendlyurl

To view a schedule's public page from within LibStaffer:

  1. Click on Schedules in the command bar.
  2. Select the schedule you want to view from the Schedule for dropdown at the top of the page.
  3. Click on the cog () button.
  4. Select Public Page from the dropdown menu.
    • Note: the public page is only available on schedules that have a friendly URL set.
Viewing a schedule's public page

Example of a public calendar

Public calendar page example
Example of a schedule's public calendar page

Note: anyone that knows a schedule's friendly URL can view the full details of that schedule when the Schedule Access is set to "No login required."


View a schedule's iCal subscription feed

To subscribe to a schedule's iCal feed in Outlook, Google Calendar, or another calendar app: 

  1. Click on Schedules from the command bar.
    • Note: The default schedule set in your account, will be displayed on the Schedules page when you navigate there.
  2. Select the schedule you want to view from the Schedule for dropdown.
  3. Click on the cog () button.
  4. Select  iCal Subscription from the dropdown.
retrieving the ical subscription URL part 1
  1. Copy the button from the iCal Subscription modal.
  2. Follow your calendar app's directions for setting up an external calendar with the iCal URL.
retrieving the ical subscription URL part 2

Print a schedule

By default, all schedules have a print-friendly view. This will strip out things like the navigation bar, buttons, and menus, leaving the page heading and calendar. To print your schedule:

  1. Click on Schedules in the command bar.
  2. Select the schedule and shifts you want to view from the Schedule for and Filter by dropdowns at the top of the page.
  3. Select your desired schedule view (day, week, month, etc.).
  4. Click on the cog () button.
  5. Select Print Page from the dropdown menu.
Printing a schedule

Example of a printed schedule

Example of a printed weekly schedule
Example of a printed weekly schedule